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April 2018
Setting up, registering, and starting a business in the Philippines isn’t hard if you have the help of the right people. Here’s a quick guide on the different types of business entities you can register your business in the Philippines: Read This :   Market Entry Services Sole Proprietorship – a single individual that engages in a business. […]
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There’s more to putting up a business than simply securing sufficient capital and creating a striking brand. You also need to obtain different kinds of certification and permit. One of the documents that you need to secure is a license to operate (LTO) from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), especially if your business involves […]
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The Philippine Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is the national health product regulatory agency created by Republic Act (RA3720), as amended by Executive Order No. 175 and RA 9711. It was created under the Department of Health to license, monitor, and regulate the flow of food, drugs, cosmetics, medical devices, and household hazardous waste in […]
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Strictly speaking, there is no divorce in the Philippines. A marriage involving Filipinos may only be dissolved through Annulment. On the other hand, Legal Separation is a judicial process where the marital obligations of the spouses to live together as husband and wife as well as their property relations are terminated. Read This :   Family Law […]
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Cheaper Way for Foreign Companies to Establish Business Presence in the Philippines Foreign companies who wish to establish its presence in the Philippines is not required to invest USD 200,000.00. Your company can opt to establish a Representative Office. Read This :   Market Entry Services What is a Representative Office (RO)? A representative office is a […]
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